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Pronunciation: /rʌn/

Translation of run in Italian:


  • (on foot) corsa (f); (distance to be covered) tragitto (m); (outing) giro (m); [Theat] rappresentazioni (fpl); (in skiing) pista (f); (AmE) (ladder) smagliatura (f) ([ in calze ]) at a run di corsa run of bad luck periodo (m) sfortunato on the run in fuga have the run of avere a disposizione in the long run a lungo termine

vi (pt ran pp, run pres p, running)


Phrasal verbs

run about

vi [children] correre di qua e di là; (be busy) correre

run across

vt imbattersi in

run after

vt (chase) rincorrere; (romantically) andare dietro a

run along

vi (go away) andare via

run away

vi scappare [via], andare via di corsa; (from home) scappare di casa

run away with

vt scappare con [lover, money] she let her enthusiasm run away with her si è lasciata trasportare dall'entusiasmo

run back

vi correre indietro
vt (transport by car) riaccompagnare

run back over

vt (review) rivedere

run down

vi [clock] scaricarsi; [stocks] esaurirsi
vt [Auto] investire; (reduce) esaurire; [infml], (criticize) denigrare

run in

vi entrare di corsa

run into

vi (meet) imbattersi in; (knock against) urtare

run off

vi scappare [via], andare via di corsa; (from home) scappare di casa
vt stampare [copies]

run off with

vt run away with

run on

vi [meeting] protrarsi; [person] chiacchierare senza sosta

run out

vi uscire di corsa; [supplies, money] esaurirsi run out of rimanere senza

run over

vi correre; (overflow) traboccare
vt (review) dare una scorsa a; [Auto] investire

run through

vt (use up) fare fuori; (be present in) pervadere; (review) dare una scorsa a

run to

vt (be enough for) essere sufficiente per; (have enough money for) potersi permettere

run up

vi salire di corsa; (towards) arrivare di corsa
vt accumulare [debts, bill]; (sew) cucire

run up against

vt incontrare [difficulties]

Definition of run in:

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